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Industrial PhD in Flow Simulation

Are you fascinated by computational fluid dynamics, optimization and new analysis capabilities? Do you want to learn more about the industrial applications of the physics of fluids? Are you ready to push forward simultaneously industrial and academic research?

Become an Industrial PhD in our Flow Laboratory team
Kamstrup is one of the world's leading manufacturers of intelligent metering solutions for energy and water consumption. The flow meters we produce are based on the ultrasonic time-of-flight principle which ensure accurate and repeatable measurements, and are entirely developed and produced in-house.

We are looking for a talented PhD candidate who, in the framework of the Industrial PhD Programme of the Innovation Fund Denmark, will push the boundaries of fluid dynamics simulations, robust optimizations and their application to existing R&D projects. The project will be developed over 3 years, during which you will be part of the Flow Laboratory team in Kamstrup’s Group Quality Department and you will be included on an equal footing with engineers and researchers who are dedicated to ensure the highest accuracy of water and heat meters.

Industrial PhD in collaboration with Aarhus University
As industrial PhD you will be enrolled in the Doctoral School of Aarhus University. Aarhus University has been establishing itself as a university for cutting-edge research and has been regularly included in the top-100 Universities of the most important university ranking lists.

You will be a part of the Flow Physics and Turbulence research group at the Mechanical Engineering Section, where numerical modelling and analytical works are used to gain insights into the complex engineering and environmental systems and to develop advanced predictive tools for use in interdisciplinary applications. You will have the opportunity to disseminate results of the group through participating in conferences, workshops, and meetings related to your work.

The aim of the project is to develop a robust optimization tool combining computational fluid dynamics (CFD), optimization techniques and uncertainty quantification to obtain reliable and optimized flow meters design at a fast pace. To achieve the rapid development required in industrial applications the project will focus on the use of advanced mathematical and theoretical techniques rather than on huge computational resources.

Personality matters
We are seeking a candidate who is motivated to face challenges and find innovative solutions in a rapidly evolving company.

It is a requirement that you have:

• A Master’s degree in mechanical/aerospace engineering or physics with specialization in fluid mechanics or similar
• A very good theoretical as well as practical experience of CFD calculations, especially using OpenFOAM software
• Coding/scripting abilities will be seen as an advantage
• Prior knowledge of optimization techniques is advantageous but not necessary
You must ensure that you fulfil the acceptance criteria and grade requirements set by the Innovation Fund Denmark (section 2.3 of the Guidelines) and the Aarhus University Doctoral School, including documented English skills (please read here for more information.)

You are expected to take responsibility for the project and independently seek solutions to the issues that may arise along the way. As a person, you are capable of working independently with a sense for detail, while being open-minded and reliable in your daily work.

We offer more than just a job
We offer an exciting opportunity in an international and innovative organization that strives every day to ensure the momentum and optimization of the world's water, heating and energy resources.

We offer flexible working hours and numerous employee benefits, counting a healthy canteen, free fruit, fitness facilities, in-house dental clinic, hairdresser and a free health clinic. Moreover, we have an active employee association.

Do you want to be a part of Kamstrup?
Please submit your application by using the link below. Applications are reviewed on a continuous basis, and you can expect a response within six weeks.

The application must include transcripts and diploma(s) for both Bachelor’s and Master’s degree.

If you have any questions about the position, please contact Head of Flow Lab., Dr. Martino Reclari on phone: +45 89 93 10 00 or Assist. Professor Mahdi Abkar on abkar@eng.au.dk.

You can read more about the Industrial PhD program here, To ensure that your application fulfils all the requirements at Aarhus University, please also read all the information found here.

About Kamstrup
Kamstrup develops, produces and sells smart energy and water meters, relating reading systems, data analysis tools and services to utilities and other users over the entire world. Through our leadership, expertise and passion for partnership, we always think forward in pursuit of a brighter energy future; one that advances the performance of every customer, whilst creating lasting value for the communities they serve. We take responsibility for the way we act and we are committed to reduce waste with the purpose of securing clean water and energy to a maximum number of people.

Kamstrup has over 1.500 employees in more than 20 countries with headquarters in Denmark. Kamstrup has a healthy economy, growth rates and a strong focus on development of technology and staff. You can read more about Kamstrup on our website and see our annual report here. You can also follow us on LinkedIn and Facebook, to be updated on latest news and vacant positions.


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